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police to lock done a germantown high school this morning. we have the latest and murder investigations underway in philadelphia logan section of a transgepder woman beaten and shot in the back. >> and a hero remembered the permanent dedication to philadelphia police sergeant robert wilson iii officially unveiled today. >> and now details. yet another school scare in philadelphia put a ice high school on lockdown this mornin morning. martin luther king high school was shut down before 9 this morning after police received a it a student had a gun. officials said no overt threat was made but the lockdown was initiated out of abundance of caution. >> no allegation of any that's again any person or school or anything the lockdown was nut mraws because the student was identified as being a member of martin king student community. the student in question
snuff nile was taken into custody at the fern rock transportation septembererch the student was registered to attend martin luther king high school and he had yet to attend a class this year. >> community college of philadelphia reopened today one day after 17-year-old boy allegedly threatened mun on campus with a gun. that lasted around 9 0 minutes lit morningch the suspect was taken into custody and police did not fipt a weapon. >> they want your help tracking down killers after a transgender wouldn't was shot and kill in the logan town section. piece are working to figure out a motive. jaiv jaiv is live with the latest on the investigation. dave. >> homicide detective are looking for help free public to gate a great in in there. seesh awas prone and killar
tuesday morning. >> the last date we got we were not sure if it had anything to did with transgender or argument we don't know right now. >> it happened if a park logan around 2:0 in the morning and police say 22-year-old kiesha jenkins was approached by a group of 5 or 6 men that pete here and as she lay on the ground one shot her twice in the back. police say the park is often used by prostitutes. >> it's high-risk behavior and people that epith in that activity then more than doing that with your brother. >> her family believes she pouingt back during robbery attempt and grew up at stephanie jenkins and maintained two identities sometime a man and sometimes a woman. their brothers with a welcoming soul would was out spoken and funny. the family doesn't know why kiesha was in the park in logan
tuesday morning and police are hoping a witness will tom forward and help. >> we need someone to come forward with information pertaining to the case. >> jenkins grandmother said he was distressed at stefan when he left house 9:30 monday night and told her grandma i'm going to be on the news and i'm going to be famous. they never math didn't would be like this. live at police quaed harters david henry thanel amount "action news". >> new at 12:30 a man plead fellfy. the worker was kip napped in a parking graph after she left her job national wife and diamond change. when she did not know how to keep it safe. "action news" reporter vernon odom was in court today and he'll have more on the story coming up at 4:00.
>> a former model has filed a sex assault lawsuit against bill cosby. chloe claims cosby drugged her in 2008. when she woke up she was naked and cosby was biting her tow. she was 18 at the time. lawyers who filed the lawsuit included a list of 40 women who publicly accused cosby of sexual misconduct. >> a new investigation paint a terrifying picture in eastern europe. gang there's have you built a thriving plaque market for nuclear materials and inteded customers are terror groups in little east like isis. >> live in washington d. c with the whole store write, >> investigators in maldova say these involve links to russia and most recent arrest was in february and their work they
say is far from oaf. the dam -- leading to arrest of several men accused of trying toself radioactive tiving on the black market. it shows accused something yo youler wawingt with poj of bae baedly cesium which in large amendments can be us toed tore a girty fwom. speak terrifically brought a tier toet the united states. >> shedding a dirty -- in a dense area the level of contamination can be a big deal if nothing else from economics standpoint. >> investigators stopped frightening plots to sell uand i rum four times in last five years and men interested were mainly middle. the nuclear plaque market is thriving.
>> the amount of radioactive material primarily from medical and industry use is widespread and all over the world. >> they believe the radioactive material came from your an hospitals. fbi tells there's what no terrorist connection to these cases. in washington, bozi foch you for that report. warm nvrn store for us today as we look live if yersise shore and skat. enjoy the week while it lasts. david murphy live outside on the terrace with moran that. got the umbrella nearby, don't you, david. >> not today but i always have a umbrella nearby. fy get caught -- well, so we have blue skies overhead here. there's clouds mixing in. occasionally you set begun. it does feel nice. take a look at satellite we're working with cloud cover and trying to punch more holes in
those clouds. we're seeing some of that up around allentown right now and extended down towards philadelphia. so it will be a bit of battle, sun and clouds mix overall. 73, washington 68 and cloud working their way through there. 66 in new york city and most places you'll get numbers up over 0. that happens over the next couple hours. 74 if we can squeeze enough sunshine in high of 76 around 4:00 and probably still holding on to something close to 70 by 6 before dipping back to 65. by 8 plg and down to 61 by 10:00 tonight and down to 50 euz overnight. wide view across the country no big issues. isn't if nice there's no more rain in klines all that or ivk dmroting but if you travel later today or expecting some
from someone else it's all green at philadelphia inlts ag agoal airport particularly kick chicago, orlando even boston. we'll talk about the rain coming on friday afternoon maybe into friday evening and then of course changes for the weekend. but overall a nice one out her here. i would like to see a little more sun. >> we me, too, david. thank you. >> a new plaque in north philadelphia honors an officer that lost his life in line of duty. family and friends of robert wilson third along with charles ramsey were at a demonstration. sergeant wilson died in a gun battle a gamestop as he found himself in the middle of an armed robbery. >> richard gere will help accept the prize. the tibeten leader was forced to cancel his four after his
doctors said he needed rest. a long dime budis. it has been for human rights in tibet. both go on sale friday 6abc is a trot cast partners. >> families will become homeowners thanks it to a good foundation. thank volunteers were on hand to help homes call hope village. one is ready end this month and others should be completed by the end of the year. >> much more ahead. more milk fat could lead to more less heart disease. rethinking your grocery list plus. >> a medical mystery in texas. cry for help from this 12-year-old girl's parents after she started sneezing uncontrollably. >> a live video quhat doctors from pen medicine about lung
>> a than australia led police on eye bizarre chase that ended with daring escape attempt in ocean. police followed him through sand do you knows for almost two hours and then took a turn for the water. officers watched from the beach watch here as waves overwhelm the car. the man then climbed out and two officers arrested him in the surf. >> donald trump continues to lead the race for the whitehouse on republican side. new poll numbers show him leading the field in key swing sglaits including pennsylvania where trump has projected six point lead over carson and in ohio trump leads carson by five points. florida senator marco rubio former florida governor jeb bush and ohio governor john kasich follows trump and carson
in their respective states. >> that same poll shows hillary rodham clinton topping those meals those swing states and she has 40 3-rs support in floor did and ohio. clin con has 11% lead over joe biden who has not entererd rac race. joe biden has yet to announce if he'll run in 20 16 and there's plenty that want him to. a super pack urging him to run launched their first television ad. draft biden said they will spend 100,000 air 90 second ad on fashional cable workout. they get a chance to face off in las vegas tuesday night. >> kevin carter is accused of pointsing a muss ket at a 8-year-old boy.
carter is known giant's fan and the boy was wear ago a cowboys jersey at the time. >> i believe i will be vindicated of these charges and that my reputation will be not harmed by the people who know me. i'll be okay. my concern is for my young parishioner. >> neither the child nor his parents are the ones pressing charges and a female parishioner reported incident to archdioceses the muss ket was not loaded but you cannot point a gun at someone even if you're joking. >> now to a medical history in texas a 12-year-old girl said she cannot stop kneesing not just a sneezing here or there it's 12,000 per day and abc gio bene. it ez has more. >> for 12-year-old caityln this sound is painfully familiar [ sneezing ] three weeks ago caityln began sneezing and she
has not stopped. >> i was walking out of a clarinet lesson and all of a sudden it just kind of started and just like little spurts you know. it was like just a few sneezings here and there. but, by the tomb i went to bed i had sneezed 30 times that night. >> caityln now averaging about 20 sneezings per minute i i can control it sometimes but it's painful. >> doctors at texas children's hospital in houston have not been able to figure out exactly what is causing the uncontrollable sneezing. referring to the condition as atic. >> she had a funny feeling she describes in her nose and that piece of her history is very common for ticks. >> it's not the first time doctor have seen bizarre cases like this. in fact some believe ticks may be triggered in the brain by something stressing the child out. 10% of all kids affected by ticks. >> she can't go to school. and she can't really do anything normal.
she can't eat well. she's -- she has to sip she cannot drink. it's affected everything. >> i mean she has episode yesterday it was 45 straight minutes. she was screaming in pain a couple times and all i can do is just you know hold her tight and wait for her to go to sleep. >> and caityln, she just wants to get back to 7th grade. >> this has taken a huge toll on my life [ sneezing ] i want nothing more than this to end and i want it to be gone for good. >> "abc news," new york. >> well for 40 years we've been told to stay away from whole mill income favor of low fat milk diet and that advice is under fire recently. reebts studies show people who consumed more milk fat had less heart disease not more as
government diet experts said. chrisics say it caused people to turn away if milk. the shift is anying is a hot topic in washington as dietary guidelines are being revised. >> still ahead on "action news" another check of the forecast. >> sky6hd showing a picture of the center city sky line. meteorologist david murphy has your update from accuweather when we come right back. your update from accuweather when we come right back. stay with (husband) let me get this. (female announcer) that means you too could experience the joy of winning. (wife) look who went shopping! (female announcer) every day... (grover) your chariot awaits! (announcer) ... for the rest of your life. (wife) jump on! (grover) nothing like a new mower. (wife) what? (grover) see you tomorrow! (female announcer) cash4life from the pennsylvania lottery. play for fun. cash for life.
>> meteorologist david murphy back inside now with a closer look at that forecast is this more seasonable temperatures for october or are we above average. >> we'll kind up four, five, six degrees high. stormtracker 6 shows us we're dry which is nice i suppose. we got rain recently and more coming in the 7 day. as we look outside sky6 showing you breaks in clouds over the ben franklin bridge. we spent most of the morning be
evening in clouds in parts of region and now overful the blue is coming back and every now and then sunshine on the face eye lights to your forecast. clouds and sun, 70s. tomorrow in the 70s again probably more sunshine and late in the week sometime friday we're expecting to see some rain although it doesn't look that bad. i'll show you that in a second. temperatures 67 getting up to 70s quickly this afternoon. winds out of north at just nine miles an hour and most of you looking at winds in single digits which is nice not blustery out there. satellite and radar shows you holes in the clouds here and there and some stuff off to north may try evaporate as it comes down out of mountains and we're expecting more sunshine to build in as we go over the next three hours or so. and high temperatures will be pretty nice. 74 allentown and 75 reading and 73 in trenton and 74 wilmington and 76 in philadelphia and cool are down the shore. the thing about numbers in any neighborhoods where you don't squeeze out a decent amount of
sunshine this afternoon and you stay with more clouds most of the day you might have to shave a degree or two off temperatures generally speaking above average everywhere and feeling good. 75 by 3bg high of 76 if we hit tractor-trailer will be 3:30, 4:00 and down by 74 and if are you out late under the evening, 63. by tomorrow morning when you wake up and head out the door around dawn. 56, similar to this past overnight. high pressure is in control then as we go into tomorrow and looks like a day that features more sunshine and maybe high clouds filtering in late in the day as i warm front approaches west and with more of a breeze turning off the aetion we'll knock a few degrees off looks good high temperature 7. and then this warm front, cold front combination comes in for friday and again maybe high clouds thursday. i think the bigger issue will be uring did the morning and afternoon with clouds getting thicker and most of the rain missing us to the north but future tracker 6 is picking up
the idea that during the afternoon and early evening they'll be at least light rain and maybe a rumble of thunder here or there and then looks like this late heest model run want to get through quickly and it's possible it lags intory friday night. i'm are way the eekdz with looking to get out from under that. 76. nice and warm. 73. and 79 before the front comes in and gets damp and knocks temperatures down. when the front departs cooler air zaps us clouds in the morning saturday kiv giving way to sun and high of 66. it's linl to be breezy. good football weather for temple football homecoming game at lincoln financial field. >> hopefully getting back on winning track and then nop you're a flyers fan headed to home-opener you you can tailgate in the parking lot,
high of 72, 4:00 in the afternoon. >> topping "people scene" singer lady gaga is getting a chance to tell another american horror story. she'll make her debut on fx show. he already reached out to her asking her to return for next season. lady gaga replaced jessica lang who hayat boumeddieneed out of series last year. no word if she accepted officer j "modern family" star said fellow cast members were not dispointed when they did not win sixth straight emmy. this is the fist year they did not take the award for outsideing comedy siri it's went to hbo veep. >> we deposit win so be were not up on stage. so we all kind of found ou ourselves like looking at each other realizing we didn't know how to get out of the building not winning [ laughter ]. >> i was like look for kimle they never win. follow him. >> and all new episode of
and our jobs, and ruin our economy. will pauls and chris brown. when the chips are down, we can't trust them to stand up against north jersey casinos. >> david with a final check of temperatures. >> they're on the rise. still 60s in a lot of spots now and mid 70s and clouds and sun mix. should be pleasant with light winds in central portion of region for example going 5 to 10 miles for most of the afternoon with those winds. every now and then they pop higher than that and there you see mid 70s highs and down the shore schooler next to ocean walter and pleasant this afternoon. thank you, david. >> paigely a look now. "action news"at 4:00 new
information about a mysterious death in delaware and they have one key piece of information about the woman found on the side of road 'have not solved mystery of how she died. >> and possible sign of frog gress on pennsylvania budget we'll breakdown what is happening today in harrisburg. that does it at noon. join us later for "action news" at 4, 5 and 6. >> for mill david murphy and sarah bloomquist and entire "action news" team i'm rick williams enjoy the rest of your afternoon. williams enjoy the rest of your afternoon. we'll see you later. staci, you have got to get down here.
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